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Can't-miss Moments: Top college football plays of Week 12

Saturdays during college football season always deliver a bevy of "Can't-miss Moments." College Football 24/7 is here to make sure you have access to all of the plays fans will be raving about.

Wisconsin's Melvin Gordon set the FBS single-game rushing yardage record (previously held by NFL great LaDainian Tomlinson) on a 26-yard touchdown run against Nebraska.

This catch by Kansas wide receiver Nigel King is simply unreal. He went 78 yards for the score after finally gaining control and and staying inbounds.

The run that saved Florida State's season? Pretty much. Dalvin Cook went 26 yards to give the Seminoles the lead over Miami late in the fourth quarter.

Plays like this are the reason why there is such a buzz about Alabama wide receiver Amari Cooper.

Ohio State QB J.T. Barrett set a record for the longest TD run by a Buckeyes quarterback in school history with this 86-yarder for a score against Minnesota.

Wisconsin RB Melvin Gordon dodged a tackler and managed to stay inbounds on this nifty 62-yard TD run.

Wide receivers throwing touchdown passes to wide receivers is always fun. Washington pulled off those hijinks against Arizona, when Marvin Hall tossed a 36-yard touchdown pass to Joshua Perkins.

Arizona struck back with a trick of its own, scoring on this fake field goal.

Illinois QB Wes Lunt connected with wide receiver Mike Dudek, who showed great concentration to haul in this 31-yard TD reception against good coverage.

There was a memorable moment last year in Florida's game vs. Georgia Southern when a pair of Gators wound up blocking each other. It appears as if the Gators are at it again, as Florida linemen Max Garcia and Trip Thurman (jersey Nos. 76 and 63) engage each other on this play vs. South Carolina.

Western Kentucky began pulling away from Army to end the first half thanks to this Hail Mary pass for a 45-yard touchdown off a deflection.

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